UCLA Lessons Learned During the Sociology Course EssaySchool

UCLA Lessons Learned During the Sociology Course EssaySchool

UCLA Lessons Learned During the Sociology Course EssaySchool

University Of California Los Angeles

Question Description

I’m trying to study for my Sociology course and I need some help to understand this question.

Dear Sociology 1 Students,

Your final paper (which is worth 250 points/25% of your grade) will be due by 5pm, Friday, March 13.

For the final paper, I want you to write 100-150 words that expresses the most impactful lesson you learned during each week of this Sociology 1 course. That means you will produce ten distinct entries of 100-150 words each, and each entry will convey just one distinct/specific lesson you learned during that week. As stated in the syllabus, here are the ten distinct units of this Sociology 1 course:

Introduction

*if you are otherwise under the word count and it is useful

Week 1 (100-150 words): Sociology and Common Sense

Week 2 (100-150 words): Norms, Sanctions

Week 3 (100-150 words): Classical Theorists and their Ideas

*Don’t combine weeks 3 and 4!

Week 4 (100-150 words): Classical Theorists and their Ideas

*Don’t combine weeks 3 and 4!

Week 5 (100-150 words): Basic Debate: Choice vs. Constraint

Week 6 (100-150 words): Social Class

Week 7 (100-150 words): Race Matters

Week 8 (100-150 words): Doing Gender

Week 9 (100-150 words): Identity and Intersectionality

Week 10 (100-150 words): The Sociological Imagination

Conclusion

*if you are otherwise under the word count and it is useful

Works Cited

*Make use of course materials and lecture notes. When citing lecture material, provide the date of the lecture for each citation. Follow citation guidelines

In summary, you will produce a final paper that is 1000-1500 words, and this paper will highlight ten of the most important lessons you learned in Sociology 1. Throughout, as you draft this final paper, you should primarily draw upon lecture content, readings, in-class exercises, and your own notes. Writing an introduction and conclusion is strongly encouraged.

You will be primarily graded on (1) the clarity with which you articulate your ideas and (2) demonstration of Sociological Growth/Development.

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